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As long as it has a composite input (yellow plug) then it'll be fine.

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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When turning on my N64, the power light turns on and I have a standard AV cable hooked up, but the video will not come through on the TV.


Step 1:

So you've eliminated the possibility of bad cables. Now you need to eliminate the TV and the Nintendo 64 itself.

Step 2:

For the TV, you can try another TV or make sure that you have the TV set on the right input.

Step 3:

If you can't make it work on an additional TV and you have made absolutely sure that the TV is setup correctly, then you may be looking at a broken Nintendo 64.

Jan 23, 2013 | Nintendo 64 Console

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My Super Nintendo is working, but won't show up on my relatively new television, can some one help me please? is there a lead or something I need to buy? thanks


Do you have your TV set to the "TV" input? There may be inputs such as "Video 1", "Video 2", "HDMI 1", "HDMI 2", "Component 1", "Component 2", etc., but the input you will want to have selected is "TV" (this is usually done by hitting a button labelled "Input" or "Video" on the TV remote). Once you are on that input, go to channel 3 (type in "03" on the remote), then turn on the SNES. It should now display.
If this doesn't work, double check the plug you have connected to on the back of the TV, it should read something like "Cable In" (not "Cable Out").
If you have checked all of that and everything is setup correctly, it is possible that you have a bad RF adapter (the grey box that connects the SNES to the TV). If this is the case you can buy one online for around $5 - $10; just google "RF adapter SNES".

Apr 08, 2011 | Nintendo Super NES Console

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Does anyone know how to set up an old nintendo game


I am assuming you mean a nintendo entertainment system (NES)
You Need:
The gray master console
At least 1 controller
Power supply
RF Switchbox (Must be an auto switchbox) or an A/V Cable with RCA ends

The power supply & RF switch plug into the back of the grey master unit. Hook the RF switch up to the cable connection on your TV. (If using the A/V cable - it plugs into the side of the master unit & into a video in - yellow plug/audio in - white plug) Plug in the power supply. Make sure a controller is plugged into the 1 outlet on the front. Make sure a game cartridge is inserted & locked in (You push it down). The TV needs to be on whatever channel the switch is set on if using the RF switch (Channel 3 or 4). Turn on the power & it should work

Jan 03, 2010 | Nintendo DS Console

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Can't not get our Nintendo 64 to work on our new Bravia TV


The Nintendo 64 sends out a signal that can only be properly decoded by old CRT TV's

Those Bravia TV's are the God's TV's even if they did work on it I wouldn't recommend it because it would most definitely eventually ruin the life span of your TV.

But to answer your Question the Cables should be plugged into AV1 which is the Red White and Yellow Connections

Nov 22, 2009 | Nintendo 64 Console

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TV ONLY HAS SNOW AND LINES. wE CAN HEAR THAT THE Wii is on, but can't see the screen. I think it's the audio/video cable.


Try the wii on a different TV. You can try replacing the audio video cables.
If all else fails:

Nintendo Consumer Service Contact Information:
Telephone: 1-800-255-3700
Email webform: http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/webform.jsp

Setup a Repair Online:
http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/repair/repair_charts_wii.jsp

Nov 19, 2009 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Nintendo Wii AV Cables not work


It could be a problem inside the Wii where it only outputs a signal through HD. Have you tried a different TV using the original cables? If the problem persists I would recommend calling Nintendo.

Jul 27, 2009 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Static verticle lines on screen


wiis dont do that but many tvs do im sure its the tv not the wii so it wont matter

May 21, 2009 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Says unusable signal when trying to hookup my Nintendo 64.


Here are a couple of things to try. Go into the menu and make sure that you have the "ANTENNA" selected instead of "CABLE". Also make sure that the channel that you are using (3 or 4) is programmed into the memory of the tv. If not, use "auto program" in the menu to program the channels.

These newer tv's are not the same as older tv's. If none of that works, put a antenna amp on the output of the nintendo and then plug it into the tv. This should fix it.

Nov 17, 2008 | Televison & Video

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